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Tag Archives: cleaning painted out murals
They’ve been painting out murals for centuries… in fact, one of my first mural conservation projects was uncovering Renaissance murals in a church in Northern Italy that were drop dead gorgeous, but over the centuries were painted out!! Here’s a … Continue reading
Exhibition: “Art in the Streets” at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles missed a BIG opportunity to be a “guiding light institution.”
The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles missed a BIG opportunity to be a “guiding light institution” in the Exhibition: “Art in the Streets” On a related subject to the article that follows after this, I’m moved to comment … Continue reading
I’m at TSU this week and its been a great week of looking at art. This University has a rich heritage of mural painting starting back with some really great artist pioneers back in the 50’s. The result has been … Continue reading
Cleaning off the overpaint from murals that have been painted out is tricky… but we do it. Next week I’ll be in Houston, Texas visiting Texas Southern University (TSU) to survey, inspect and inventory 168 murals! And while there, I’ll … Continue reading